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that shoppers splurge. >>> and the government saying that the healthcare.gov website is better. but insurers say big problems still persist, all this for december 2nd, 2013. >>> good evening, the numbers on the first day of trading in december, not the kind of numbers the investors were expecting for the stock market. the dow is now back to the 16,000 market and the s&p index stands at exactly 1800. so why the selloff? some blame it on the down sales which pushed up the major retailers, not even encouraging economic data seem to help, the stronger growth in u.s. manufacturing in october. looking at the closing numbers, dow fell 77, s&p lost about five points. >>> susie, also not helping stocks today, comments from a nobel prize winning economist, he says the u.s. stock market is looking bubblicioush, that was not the exact word but it was his message, he sees the world as very vulnerable to bubbles, and not just in stock prices but in property markets, as well. he called the u.s. economy still weak and vulnerable. he says technology and financial sector stocks seem most stretched. he still sees
. >>> president obama trying to generate support for the revamped rollout of the trouble plagued healthcare.gov website saying the site is working well and warning critics that he will fight efforts to repeal the affordable care act. >> this law is working, and will work into the future. people want the financial stability of health insurance, and we're going to keep on working to fix whatever problems come up in any startup, any launch of a project this big that has an impact on 1/6th of our economy. whatever comes up, we're going to just fix it. >> administration released a new report showing that through that website nearly 1.5 million americans have now been found eligible for medicaid and that was during the month of october. >> still ahead on "nightly business report", we'll tell you about the company many are calling the big winner of black friday and cyber monday. >>> more numbers coming in for consumer spending over the long thanksgiving and black friday weekend. shopper track a provider of retail an lit ticks reports that sales rose 1% at brick and mortar stores during the four da
chanos, a -- healthcare.gov. reports of the short against the tech firm sent its shares down more than 3% to $34.99. >>> and the nation's largest dealership chain, auto nation reported a 13% gain in new vehicle sales for november. demand for domestic import and luxury cars rose by double digits. they say black friday powered the sales gain. >> if you look at the saling rate for the industry of annual and compare that to a selling rate of 15 million 2 for september and october, you see we really needed a big black friday, and we got it. >> and the stock jumped nearly 3% to $50.21. tyler? >> a new report from experian shows how americans are paying for all those new cars and pickup trucks we've been buying, with loan rates so low, new car buyers are taking out bigger loans with longer pay back periods. right now the average loan amount is nearly $28,000 and the average length of one of those loans has been stretched to five years and five months. >>> student loan debt is higher, too. a new report shows seven out of ten college graduates had to borrow money to wear the gap in gown in 2012 a
for the healthcare.gov website. they concede during october and november, about one out of over four transactions sent incorrect information from customers to their new insurance carriers. officials now say those numbers are preliminary, not precise and that the error rate is down in one to ten. >>> 18 shopping days until christmas. this is the height of the holiday shopping season, and some well-known retailers know exactly what their putting on their christmas list. courtney regan explains. >> reporter: some retailers are hoping for more than just a strong holiday season. they are asking santa for a new ceo for christmas. it's been six months since lulu lemons ceo said she's retiring once a successor was found. still looking. this summer, j.c. penney began its search to find a permanent ceo to take over for mike olman. the board members changed and the ceo search is on going. abercrombie and fitch may not be looking to replace mike jeffires but engaged capital think it should. even though it may be expensive for the company to cut ties with jeffreys. it's about matching need to skill. the trick
and healthcare benefits. two-thirds of all workers report cooking, preparing, and serving food when they're ill, with the flu or other sicknesses. and with a wage as little as $2.13, so reliant on tips for their wages, these workers simply cannot afford to take a day off when sick, let alone risk losing their jobs. the majority of workers are adults. many are parents and single parents, single mothers, using the restaurant job as their main source of income. we partner with more than a hundred small business owners around the country who are doing the right thing, providing good, decent wages, better working conditions, paid sick days, benefits, opportunities for advancement. so, i think that's the first thing i would say to a small business owner is, "look, there are tons of people who are already doing it. we're here to help you, they're here to help you try this new way of doing business." >> acting on that democratic impulse, saru jayaraman and the protesting workers march from capitol hill to the capital grille steakhouse, owned by one of the biggest restaurant chains in america -- >> 86,0
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